Anglophone Crisis: “If we negotiated with Boko Haram, why not Anglophones? Those arrested should be freed” – says a CPDM militant.

The IRIC lecturer recommended resuming the dialogue to ease tension in the Northwest and Southwest. Professor Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamnding is campaigning for the resumption of dialogue between the Cameroonian government and the leaders of the Anglophone protesters. Sunday, August 13, 2017 on the tv channel Canal 2 International, he argued that anglophones deserve to be heard. “The dialogue must be sealed within the country. This Read More …

8 year old Sunjo Hunice Fomonyuy epitomises the future generation of Ambazonians

8 year old Sunjo Hunice Fomonyuy epitomises the future generation of Ambazonian nationalists. He knows the history of his country Ambazonia, his country’s national anthem and the name of his president.  Yes! This is the calibre of Ambazonians whose future we are fighting to safeguard.  Many thanks to Hunice; and his family who did an amazing job to impart this knowledge onto him. When every Ambazonian Read More …

PAP STATEMENT ON SCHOOL RESUMPTION

Popular Action Party, PAP has been an active crusader for the peaceful resolution of the Anglophone Crisis. Consultations with sister political parties cum our field experiences with the people and opinion leaders of the two English Speaking Regions of North West and South West stand us in good stead to authoritatively make the following statements: 1. That the solutions recommended by PAP, other stakeholders including other Read More …

Here are the 10 Most Important Points to Remember for Every Ambazonian (updated Aug 8th):

MY FELLOW AMBAZONIANS,   1. Only united among our own rows we can defeat our common enemy, which is our annexor, occupant and neo-colonialist exploiter, the puppet regime of illegitimate dictator Paul Biya backed up by puppet-holder France and its XAF = CFA currency system printed in the Bank of the Central African States, BEAC, and enslaved in the Economic and Monetative Community of Central Africa, Read More …

The Musical Assimilation of Southern Cameroonians

Each and everyday, at least one Talented Southern Cameroonian Musician gets Francophonized. We have seen the Francophonization of Salatiel, Mr. Leo, Daphne and many others. Tzy Panchak once took to Facebook and blasted artists who prefer to sing in French, but recently, he’s gradually being assimilated musically as well! 2 years ago when Mr. Leo released the official Video of, “E Go Beta”, though a hit Read More …